BACURI BUTTER

  • Extraction Method: cold pressed.

  • Part of the plant used: seed.

  • Quality: 100 % pure and natural, virgin

  • Country of origin: Brazil.

  • Culture: wild harvested.

  • Appearance:  Solid butter.

  • Colour: brown to very dark brown.

  • Smell: earthy, mossy.

COMMON NAMES

  • Bacurí,  BakuriBacury

  • Pacuri, Pakur, Maniballi 

  • Naranjillo, Bacurizeiro

Bacuri Butter comes from the cold-pressed seeds of the Platonia insignis fruit that grows on the wild Bacuri trees of the Amazonian rainforest.

 

 

BACURI BUTTER: 

  • Leaves hair shine, smooths hair strands thus reducing frizz and breakage, dryness and know to heal certain scalp condition(s).

 

  • Rich in Methionine, an essential amino acid, the body's primary source of sulphur. The body uses sulphur to promote healthy hair, skin and nail growth and it can be used to reduce the appearance of blemishes, dark spots and scarring.

 

  • Has anti-aging properties since it helps stabilise collagen and elastin production and has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. It can be used raw on skin and hair or as a natural tinted moisturiser to give the skin a beautiful golden tone.

  • Rich in Palmitic Acid and imparts a non-greasy emollience and absorbs easily into the skin. Its hydrating, firming and soothing properties make it an excellent moisturiser for all skin types, especially sensitive skin types. 

  • Has a high absorption rate, due to its high level of Tripalmitin (50% to 55%), which penetrates the skin quickly. The high amount of fatty Palmitoleic Acid (5%), compared to other butters makes the Bacuri butter a fantastic emollient, which can also be used as an effective moisturising agent.

 

  • Is a natural remedy against insect bites and treatment of acne, blemishes and psoriasis and is considered a miraculous remedy for rheumatism and arthritis.  

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